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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Running right works for T.J. Yeldon

The splits don't lie on T.J. Yeldon through the first three weeks of the season and more team news for your Thursday morning.

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Jacksonville Jaguars running game favors running right -
Yeldon has had his moments but a disappointing 3.2 yards per carry average has been hard to overlook. However, it may not be the young back's fault. Heck, it may not even be on the offensive line. Perhaps, the real culprit here has been play design, play-calling and not paying to trends. Yeldon has ran to the left side of protection 13 times, he's ran up the middle 25 times and to the right just 10 times.

The battle for first place in the AFC South! -
The 1-2 Jacksonville Jaguars travel to take on the 1-2 Indianapolis Colts for AFC South supremacy. Throughout their journey to arrive at this point, the two teams have faced taxing challenges and unparalleled adversity. After what seems like ages of waiting, the world gets the matchup we have been thirsting for.

Andrew Luck expects to play despite shoulder injury -
Andrew Luck took a beating last season, and things haven't changed this year. It is finally starting to take a toll. The Indianapolis Colts quarterback sat out much of the portion of Wednesday's practice that's open to the media, and coach Chuck Pagano said afterward that Luck is dealing with a shoulder injury sustained in Sunday's come-from-behind win over Tennessee.

Julius Thomas unlikely to make season debut against Colts -
Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Julius Thomas is unlikely to make his season debut at Indianapolis on Sunday. Thomas visited a hand specialist Tuesday, but did not get clearance to participate in a full practice or play. Thomas said Wednesday "the good news is no bad news."